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december katrina, descartes, who developed a different view of pain .. he thought of pain as a biological process and drew this wonderful drawing of a young boy being burnt. his toes being injured, and finers were carrying the information about injury directly from the toe into the brain, although the details of this model are not what we view as the pain process the general idea that it is a biological process is the current view. but the question is, what is the nature of the biological process. it is remarkable to realize that until 20 years ago, we did not have a good understanding until -- of the nature of the biological process involved. people thought that pain was very different from all of the instrumentalities, for each modality you have different receptors like rods and cones in the rhett na, you have old factory receptors old factory receptors in the nose .. each one has a private line, receptors specific to it and nerve fibers that lead to it. >> rose: hear, feel, touch. >> exactly, with pain people thought that it may not have a system of its own, that it hijacks other syste
from a katrina, from 9/11 and this happens and it reinforces. guess what, where were those people on 9/11 they were at the tip of manhattan and the same area that's getting hit so hard right now. there are other areas, i came into cbs this morning somebody said i'm up in rockland county, nobody's telling that story. nasa county out on the island, there are places our cameras aren't getting to. so the devastation. >> rose: because there are so many stories. >> that's right. >> rose: thank you very much. back in moment. stay with us. >> rose: al -- al -- al has not poire -- the government is due to change before the year is out with enrique pena becoming president in december. but the challenges facing the country remain the war on the drug cartels in relation with the united states will remain key areas of focus. i'm pleased to have alejandro poir at this table. welcome. >> thank you very much charlie. >> rose: i interviewed calderon, the president for another month i guess, month and-a-half here when he was in town for the clinton global initiative. i raised these questions wit
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